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Regarding (1) the U.S. and (2) New York
Franklin P. Adams
Before I was a travelled bird, I scoffed, in my provincial way, At other lands; I deemed absurd All nations but these U.S.A. And--although Midd...Rate it:

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Lines in Memoriam Regarding the Entertainment in Reform Street Hall, Dundee
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas on the 31st of March, and in the year of 1893, I gave an entertainment in the city of Dundee, To a select party of gentlemen, big and small, ...Rate it:

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Mr. Dana, of the New York Sun
Eugene Field
Thar showed up out'n Denver in the spring uv '81 A man who'd worked with Dana on the Noo York Sun. His name wuz Cantell Whoppers, 'nd he wuz a sigh...Rate it:

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Jottings of New York
William Topaz McGonagall
Oh, mighty city of New York, you are wonderful to behold-- Your buildings are magnificent-- the truth be it told-- They were the only thing that se...Rate it:

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There was an Old Man of New York
Edward Lear
THERE WAS AN OLD MAN OF NEW YORK, WHO MURDERED HIMSELF WITH A FORK; BUT NOBODY CRIED THOUGH HE VERY SOON DIED, -- FOR THAT SILLY OLD MAN OF NE...Rate it:

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A New York Child's Garden of Verses
Franklin P. Adams
(With the usual.) I In winter I get up at night, And dress by an electric light. In summer, autumn, ay, and spring, I have to do the self-same thi...Rate it:

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Dawn in New York
Claude McKay
The Dawn! The Dawn! The crimson-tinted, comes Out of the low still skies, over the hills, Manhattan's roofs and spires and cheerless domes! The ...Rate it:

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She Lost Self-Control at the New York Deli
Sonia Walker
I saw her sitting at a table for one, her hands were slender as she grabbed a sesame bun, which was stuffed with three inches of smoked turkey, oni...Rate it:

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The Tropics in New York
Claude McKay
Bananas ripe and green, and ginger-root, Cocoa in pods and alligator pears, And tangerines and mangoes and grape fruit, Fit for the highest prize a...Rate it:

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New York at Night
Amy Lowell
A near horizon whose sharp jags Cut brutally into a sky Of leaden heaviness, and crags Of houses lift their masonry Ugly and foul, and chimneys...Rate it:

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Evening: New York
Sara Teasdale
Blue dust of evening over my city, Over the ocean of roofs and the tall towers Where the window-lights, myriads and myriads, Bloom from the walls l...Rate it:

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To My Worthy Friend Mr. Peter Lilly: On That Excellent Picture Of His Majesty And The Duke Of York, Drawne By Him At Hampton- Court
Richard Lovelace
See! what a clouded majesty, and eyes Whose glory through their mist doth brighter rise! See! what an humble bravery doth shine, And griefe trium...Rate it:

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New Life, New Love
Henry Lawson
The breezes blow on the river below, And the fleecy clouds float high, And I mark how the dark green gum trees match The bright blue dome of the sk...Rate it:

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Auld Farmer's New-Year-Morning Salutation to His Auld Mare, Maggie On giving her the accustomed ripp of corn to hansel in the New-Year, The
Robert Burns
A Guide New-year I wish thee, Maggie! Hae, there's a ripp to thy auld baggie: Tho' thou's howe-backit now, an' knaggie, I've seen the day There...Rate it:

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New Love, New Life
Amy Levy
I. She, who so long has lain Stone-stiff with folded wings, Within my heart again The brown bird wakes and sings. Brown nightingale, whose strain...Rate it:

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New Love, New Life
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
HEART! my heart! what means this feeling? What oppresseth thee so sore? What strange life is o'er me stealing! I acknowledge thee no more. Fled i...Rate it:

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New Prince New Pomp
Robert Southwell
Behold, a seely tender babe In freezing winter night In homely manger trembling lies; Alas, a piteous sight! The inns are full, no man wil...Rate it:

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A Dialogue between Old England and New
Anne Bradstreet
New England. 1 Alas, dear Mother, fairest Queen and best, 2 With honour, wealth, and peace happy and blest, 3 What ails thee hang thy...Rate it:

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Old And New
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Long have the poets vaunted, in their lays, Old times, old loves, old friendships, and old wine Why should the old monopolise all praise? Then ...Rate it:

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Old And New Year Ditties
Christina Georgina Rossetti
New Year met me somewhat sad: Old Year leaves me tired, Stripped of favourite things I had Baulked of much desired: Yet farther on my road to-day G...Rate it:

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True Love And New love
Edith Nesbit
OVER the meadow and down the lane To the gate by the twisted thorn: Your feet should know each turn of the way You trod so many many a day, Before ...Rate it:

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The Old House And The New
William Henry Drummond
Is it only twelve mont' I play de fool, You're sure it 's correc' , ma dear? I 'm glad for hearin' you spik dat way For I t'ink it was twenty year,...Rate it:

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The New Wife and the Old
John Greenleaf Whittier
Dark the halls, and cold the feast, Gone the bridemaids, gone the priest. All is over, all is done, Twain of yesterday are one! Blooming girl and m...Rate it:

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The Old Year And The New
James Whitcomb Riley
I. As one in sorrow looks upon The dead face of a loyal friend, By the dim light of New Year's dawn I saw the Old Year end. Upon the pallid featu...Rate it:

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New And Old
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I and new love, in all its living bloom, Sat vis-à-vis, while tender twilight hours Went softly by us, treading as on flowers. Then suddenly I s...Rate it:

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